As Cleveland fans, we all have strong feelings toward Lebron James. Going back to his douchision (see what I did there?) -- he not only turned his back on a team he swore he’d take to the promise land, he simultaneously took a massive, leaky dump on the city we love. He murdered Cleveland that night. We all saw it on television. We are all witnesses.
It’s pointless to go back and recap the carnage because most of us are trying to move past that infamous debacle. It’s hard enough letting it go when we have the constant reminder every time our Cavs step on the floor without him. It’s hard to let it go because we see Miami highlights on ESPN -- watching Lebron do things in a Heat uniform that used to dazzle the home crowd at the Q. His departure left an ironic, physical presence that gusts between the buildings and through the streets of downtown Cleveland like the breeze off Lake Erie.
As Cleveland fans, we’re trying to move on. That’s why Josh Cribbs’ recent tweet seemed like a sucker punch to many of us.
During the NBA All-Star game, Cribbs was sitting near court-side via tickets he received as a gift from Dan Gilbert. Cribbs then took this picture of Lebron and titled it “My Boy.” The picture created a bit of backlash for Cribbs as many fans felt it was disrespectful. Others believe the criticism Cribbs received is over the top, and he should be aloud to befriend whoever he wants.
What’s your take? Should Cribbs have posted the picture, or are angry fans just overreacting? Leave your thoughts in the comments section.
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